User Profile: bluegrandma52

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  • [4] July 13, 2016 at 2:31pm

    Not Sanger. LBJ. It was his Great Society programs that fueled this insanity.
    Sanger wanted to eliminate all blacks, the poor and immigrants through sterilization and abortion. LBJ wanted them all on the government plantation, in as great numbers as possible.

  • [12] April 6, 2016 at 11:03am

    Known by who? Aside from some blurbs on left-wing anti-Cruz sites, there is nothing. If you don’t have proof of your allegations, you are no better than your mud-slinging mentor, Donald Drumpf.

  • February 24, 2016 at 12:14pm

    Nope, that was the station manager Arthur Carlson (played by Gordon Jump). And yes, I’m old enough to remember it very well! Funniest show on TV at the time.

  • [7] February 18, 2016 at 6:24pm

    The HRC referred to is a state entity, not a federal one. Its members are appointed, not elected. As bureaucrats, they feel free to enact regulations that have the force of law, but are never seen by the legislative body charged to make laws.

  • [2] January 20, 2016 at 10:03pm

    Matt, you just described Mitt Romney. He fit all those qualifications Paul mentioned, and still, the American people didn’t want him. We will end up with Trump, or Clinton, or maybe even Sanders, and all because Christians will not vote for a person who truly follows the strait and narrow path.

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  • January 20, 2016 at 1:05am

    You do realize that Africa is a continent, not a country? The countries in North Africa are majority Muslim, and are resisting the repatriation of all the young men who’ve left and are being sent back. Libya, Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia have problems with terrorism and unemployment, and were more than happy to send their troublemakers overseas to Europe. Getting them to take their bad boys back will be difficult, mainly because the Europeans won’t do what it takes to force them to.

  • [16] November 19, 2015 at 9:48pm

    I have a lovely bowl of M&Ms. I give them to you to eat, and tell you that 5 of them are poisoned. There is no way to tell which 5 are deadly. How many will you eat? What if I tell you I will remove 10 of the candies, because I think maybe all the 5 poisoned ones are in that group. Or remove 100 of the candies. Will you then eat the M&Ms? How lucky do you feel? There are new tests that can be performed to find some of the poisoned candies, but that will take time and money, and there are no guaranteed results. Still hungry? Will you feed the candies to your family, or your neighbors?

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  • October 20, 2015 at 10:16pm

    You do know that he is self-insured? That he has nothing to do with the ACA? That he’s been trying to give his employees high-quality health insurance, but the government is fining him for it? Your precious ACA is nothing more than an expensive socialist boondoggle that is costing our economy billions and providing poorer care for millions of people who had really good insurance that they chose to buy, but were denied by Congress signing off on this crap.

  • [1] September 4, 2015 at 11:36pm

    What they did was horrible, but killing them is not the answer. They need to learn, and that won’t happen if they’re not here. I would hope that losing their freedom for an extended period, carrying the consequences of their foolish actions into adulthood, and learning to serve others would produce the desired change in their characters.

  • [1] August 29, 2015 at 11:05am

    It does work, even for those who don’t believe. We are all children of our Heavenly Father, and can receive blessings when we follow His laws, because He loves all of us. Those who believe follow His law more closely than those who do not, but even following the law blindly leads to blessings. Charitable people who give unstintingly toward relieving the suffering of their neighbors will receive the same blessings, whether they believe in Him or not. The blessings will be tailored to each person, because He knows each of our unique needs, but He loves those who love His children, even if they don’t know Him. We worship a Father who loves all of us, unconditionally and without reservations.

  • [-1] August 29, 2015 at 10:46am

    To God, all things are spiritual, and if we are following Him, then we need to see the spiritual in everything we do and say. The government doesn’t have to conform to that ideal and no one is saying we need to live in a theocracy, but the individuals in our country who do will bring about the change we need in order to survive as a nation.

  • [3] August 29, 2015 at 10:42am

    I don’t think smuggling was what he had in mind. He’s not going to do it in the dead of night, but in broad daylight, with cameras rolling and several hundred people with him. He seems to want to draw attention to the duplicity of our governmental policies, and a civil disobedience act is an old established way to accomplish that. Like refusing to move to the back of the bus, but with getting yourself wet in the process.

  • [1] August 29, 2015 at 10:39am

    I’m on a MacBook Pro, and had huge problems using Chrome. Constant plugin crashes. Switched to Safari and the problem went away. Try changing to Firefox or some other PC browser. And I run 4 different adblock plugins. Never get any ads on the Blaze, or anywhere else, for that matter.

  • [1] August 29, 2015 at 10:35am

    You really need to get your facts straight. Mormons do not believe in the Trinity because the Church established by Jesus didn’t believe in it. Trinitarianism didn’t show up until three hundred years after Christ. It’s not biblical, and is a product of Greek Gnosticism.
    Mormons do believe that Christ was fully human and the Son of God. He said He was, and we believe Him.
    God is a title, not a name. The Father, Son and Holy Ghost are three separate personages (as evidenced several times in the scriptures), but form one God. To believe that They are one being in three different manifestations is Trinitarian (see above.)
    Mormons believe in Christ, that He died and arose on the third day, look to Him only for their salvation, and believe He will come again in glory.
    Try reading the Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ. It talks about Him more than the New Testament does. Mormons are most definitely Christians.

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  • [2] August 28, 2015 at 9:21pm

    Have you ever actually spoken to a Mormon about his/her beliefs? Have you read the Book of Mormon? Were you aware that the official name is “The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints? (Latter-day to distinguish them from the Church of Jesus Christ that Jesus originally established). Were you also aware that Jesus Christ/God is named more in the Book of Mormon (every 1.7 verses, on average) than the New Testament (every 2.4 verses, on average)? The subtitle of the Book of Mormon is “Another Testament of Jesus Christ”. Mormons believe in Christ, we preach of Christ, we look to Christ for our salvation. His is the only name that can save us. Christ is the Head of our Church, and He has called prophets to lead His people, and Apostles to act as His witnesses throughout the world, just as He did when He set up His Church in Jerusalem 2000 years ago.
    Members of the LDS Church are most definitely Christian. We love Christ, we worship Him, we believe in Him as our Savior, Redeemer and King. Try talking to one of us. You might be surprised at how Christ-centered we are.
    2 Nephi 25:26 And we talk of Christ, we rejoice in Christ, we preach of Christ, we prophesy of Christ, and we write according to our prophecies, that our children may know to what source they may look for a remission of their sins.

  • August 27, 2015 at 10:58am

    Allah doesn’t affect me. I couldn’t care less about him/her/it. It’s the followers of Allah who are trying to wipe out everyone that doesn’t believe exactly as they do that concern me. Not all Muslims do this, but a significant percentage of them do. That affects me, and everyone else.

  • August 9, 2015 at 12:04am

    If the community the patrol cars served was OK with any of those, that would be fine. Apparently, this community agrees with what’s on their patrol cars. Sheriffs only answer to the people who elected them. Not even the governor can tell them what to do in their own counties, as long as they are enforcing the law.

  • August 9, 2015 at 12:02am

    The 1st Amendment clearly states that “Congress” shall not establish a national (state) religion. The 10th states “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people.” Establishing a state religion is prohibited to the federal government, so that power is reserved for the States, or the people.
    Most state constitutions prohibit that state from establishing a state religion as well, so that power devolves to the people. We can establish our own religions, practice one that’s already been around a while, or not practice a religion at all.
    Placing “IN GOD WE TRUST” on the back of a patrol car is not establishing a religion, nor is it forcing any individual to practice a religion. It is a community of people deciding to place a declaration of faith in public view. Communities can establish religions if they wish, even though that isn’t what’s happening here.
    Not so hard to understand. Unless you’re a liberal lawyer, or just a liberal.

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  • [1] August 8, 2015 at 11:37pm

    If there had been a way to diagnose homosexuality in the womb, she would have been for that as well. Any behavior that didn’t advance her idea of the ‘perfect’ society was fair game for elimination.

  • [7] August 8, 2015 at 11:31pm

    I guess you also missed the full videos posted on the Internet the same day the edited versions were sent to the severely attention-span deficient reporters. They all show the same thing–murdered babies for sale to the highest bidder.

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